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Tottenham legend David Ginola backs Dele Alli to kickstart his career at PSG as he says it would be an 'interesting' move after the Englishman slipped down the pecking order under Jose Mourinho

Tottenham legend David Ginola believes Paris Saint-Germain would be the perfect club for out-of-favour midfielder Dele Alli to start a new challenge.

Alli has found regular game time under manager Jose Mourinho hard to come by this season. He started Spurs' opening fixture against Everton, but he was subbed off at half-time in a 1-0 defeat.

He's since dropped down the pecking order, and only played 21 minutes of their incredible 6-1 victory against Manchester United.

David Ginola said Dele Alli was 'very cautious' and 'not trying many special things' on Sunday
Alli has only played 66 minutes in the Premier League this season, but he did score in Tottenham Hotspur's 7-2 thrashing of Maccabi Haifa in the Europa League play-off round

There's been plenty of speculation linking him with a loan move to PSG, but no agreement has been made with the transfer window closing tonight.